California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle (Closed 2016)

1200 Quail St., Ste. 175

Newport Beach, CA 92660

  • California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle served 6 students in grades Kindergarten-12.
  • The student:teacher ratio of 3:1 was lower than the California state level of 24:1.
  • Minority enrollment was 49% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which was lower than the California state average of 76%.
  • California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle operated within the Newcastle Elementary School District.

School Overview

School TypeCharter School
Grades OfferedGrades Kindergarten-12
Total Students6 students
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Total Students (2014-2016)
Total Classroom Teachers2 teachers
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Total Teachers (2014-2016)
Students by GradeCalifornia Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Student By Grade

School Comparison

Definition of Terms 2015-2016 School Year DataThis SchoolState Level (CA)
Student : Teacher Ratio3:124:1
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Student Teacher Ratio (2014-2016)
Hispanic
33%
54%
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Black Students (2014-2016)
Black
16%
6%
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Black Students (2014-2016)
White
51%
24%
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle White Students (2014-2016)
All Ethnic GroupsCalifornia Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle All Ethnic Groups Ethnicity BreakdownCA All Ethnic Groups Ethnicity Breakdown
Diversity Score0.610.41
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Diversity Score (2014-2016)
Eligible for Free Lunch
16%
50%
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Eligible for Free Lunch (2014-2016)
Eligible for Reduced Lunch
33%
9%
California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle Eligible for Reduced Lunch (2014-2016)

District Comparison

School District NameNewcastle Elementary School District
Number of Schools
Managed
7
4
Number of Students Managed2,1011,585
Newcastle Elementary School District Students Managed (1988-2016)
District Math Test Scores (% Proficient)
64%
37%
District Reading / Language Arts Test Scores (% Proficient)
73%
48%
District Total Revenue$4 MM$18 MM
District Spending$4 MM$18 MM
District Revenue / Student$7,140$11,049
District Spending / Student$7,182$11,340
School Statewide TestingView Education Department Test Scores
Source: 2015-2016 (latest school year available) NCES, CA Dept. of Education

Nearby Public Schools

  • The nearest high school to California Pacific Charter Schs-newcastle is Occs:chep/pchs (1.0 miles away)
  • The nearest middle school is Occs:chep/pchs (1.0 miles away)
  • The nearest elementary school is Occs:chep/pchs (1.0 miles away)
Show me:
  • School Location Miles Grades Students
  • Costa Mesa Occs:chep/pchs
    Grades: K-12 | 1095 students
    1.0 miles
    2910 Redhill Ave. Ste. 200
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    (714)327-1000
    1.0 K-12 1095
  • Costa Mesa Access County Community Alternative School
    Grades: K-12 | 2576 students
    1.2 miles
    200 Kalmus Dr.
    Costa Mesa, CA 92628
    (714)966-4485
    1.2 K-12 2576
  • Costa Mesa Access Juvenile Hall Alternative School
    Grades: K-12 | 405 students
    1.2 miles
    1715 E. Wilshire Ave., Ste. 70
    Costa Mesa, CA 92628
    (714)647-2592
    1.2 K-12 405
  • Costa Mesa Orange County Special Education Special Education School
    Grades: K-12 | 408 students
    1.2 miles
    200 Kalmus Dr.
    Costa Mesa, CA 92628
    (714)966-4130
    1.2 K-12 408
  • Costa Mesa Back Bay High School Alternative School
    Grades: 9-12 | 211 students
    1.4 miles
    390 Monte Vista Ave.
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    (949)515-6900
    1.4 9-12 211
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